Acer has released a machine that blurs the line between a notebook and a desktop, offering a huge 20.1″ widescreen notebook that will require more than a couple of laps for a stable placement. The Acer Aspire 9800 is so huge that the screen section shares almost the same thickness as the business end of the notebook. The 1680 x 1050 resolution displayed on the 20.1″ screen is powered by a 256MB Nvidia GeForce Go 7600 graphics chip. The 9800 comes with a digital and analogue TV tuners, a DVI-D port with the ability to playback HDCP-protected content, and a HD DVD drive. Powered by an Intel Core Duo processor, it has WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity as well as a 1.3 megapixel camera.
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